We spent the morning of our 2nd day in Bohol at Panglao Island Nature Resort and Spa (PINRS). After lunch we headed to Hinagdanan Cave which is just about 5-10 minutes away from PINRS. This is a small, single chamber cave that has stalactites, stalagmites and other stone formations typical in limestone caves. Cemented steps lead to the interior of the cave. Inside the cave, there’s also a lagoon that visitors may swim into, however, it has been advised recently to not dip in the lagoon because of the karst pollutants present in the water. Entrance fee to the cave is P15.00.
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